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Kaleidoscope timeline – what is the correct order of episodes?

January 1, 2023

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Kaleidoscope timeline – what is the correct order of episodes? Here is a quick and handy guide to the order of episodes, grouping the Netflix series.

by Netflix Kaleidoscope has a new twist. It’s a non-linear show that audiences can watch in any order while following the story perfectly. However, I truly believe the series needs to be watched in the correct order to fully capture the story and feelings of it all.

Kaleidoscope is a story centered on a group of people trying to pull off the biggest heist of all time. With it comes love, relationships, betrayal, and so many layers that when you peel them off you discover the real reasons behind the whole plan. The stars of the series Giancarlo Esposito as Leo, Rufus Sewell as roger, Jai Courtney as Boband Gabrielle Tati as Hannah Kim. Please note that This timeline contains no major spoilers, but there will be plot references when we describe the plot summaries.

Kaleidoscope timeline – what is the correct order of episodes?

Episode 1 – “Violet” – 25 years before the heist

The first episode sets the tone for the entire series. You discover the reason for all this. You know there’s a massive heist going on, but we find out there’s a bigger reason behind it. The relationship between Leo and Roger is essential to understand from the start of the show to get an idea of ​​what lies ahead.

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Episode 2 – “Green” – 7 years before the heist

The foundation of Leo’s relationship with Stan, his diagnosis, and the opening of the plot door to begin the heist are found in this episode. Another vital episode to understand so many things, but above all, the relationship between Leo and Stan.

Episode 3 – “Yellow” – 6 weeks before the heist

Meeting vigilantes! Maybe not the Avengers, but the gathering of the crew. We meet the whole crew, get a story about them, and see them all come together. I would probably say this is the third most important episode of the entire season.

Episode 4 – “Orange” – 3 weeks before the heist

The episode “Orange” gives us an introduction to Nazan. He’s an FBI agent who lost almost everything to addiction. That said, we learn that she found her mojo and uncovered the heist, and reached for a huge chunk in order to get inside.

Episode 5 – “Blue” – 5 days before the heist

The main focus of the “Blue” episode is to be the setup before the big day. You really get insight into every hurdle the team will face and understand that if ONE thing goes wrong, work is halted.

Episode 6 – “White” – The Heist

Quite simply, heist day in all its glory!

Episode 7 – “Red” – the morning of the heist

The only time I wasn’t upset by the non-linear thing was watching the “Red” episode, “the day after the heist”, before the “White” episode, “the heist”. For some reason, I liked looking at it that way rather than the other way, because it didn’t reveal much but did reveal enough. I think you could go either way with these two episodes.

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Episode 8 – “Pink” – 6 months after the heist

After watching the series in the order I found on Netflix, I was quite upset that I watched the “Pink” episode before the “White” episode. The entire episode six months after the heist is vital to a lot of things and how they unfold. I can’t even imagine watching this episode as maybe the first or even in the middle somewhere.

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